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Students took home 7 national and 15 state journalism awards. See their amazing work here!
What is suffering? What do different religions believe about suffering? What does the Bible say about suffering?
These are some of the big questions that our seniors ask for a senior capstone project in Rev. Johnson's class. After wrestling with these questions they then ask: What do I believe about suffering?
Bob Olson '65 shares the a tragedy as a child to his life-long ministry with Hospitality House and prison ministries.
Billy Steele worked with MA singers to write and produce and original song, an unusual experience for the average high school student.
Lower School students take a year-long specialist class designed to help them integrate the core values in practical ways. You might be surprised at some of the projects these students pull off!
As a Korean adoptee raised in a German-Norwegian household, Erick Hormann often felt like he didn't fit in...anywhere. But during college he discovered the place his unique makeup could be part of bringing something good to his campus ministry.
We all know that there is a team of innovative students that collaborate each year to send a science experiment to the International Space Station. But do we really know what that involves? Here are eight things you might not know about the work these intrepid scientists carry out.
Halle Whitman '23 reminds classmates to look back on the community they experienced fondly while stepping boldly into future endeavors.
Ellie Novak found that academics, peers, and teachers all came together to shape her into the person she is today.
Benjamin Akers '23 shares how Minnehaha's faith distinction has impacted him.
Sigrid Davidson '23 shares about her experience with the pursuit of knowledge during her time at MA.
Upper School Latin students received eleven awards on this year's National Latin Exam.
How can venture capitalism become a tool for social justice? After founding her own company and then crossing the table to sit as a venture capitalist, Tessa Flippin '05 has some ideas.
Is it possible that a handful of college students could impact access to preschools in Saint Paul or land tenure among Minnesota Ojibwe through a mapping course? Absolutely, says geography Professor Laura Smith '90, and she leads the classes that do this work.
How can working for the State of Minnesota as a research scientist be an act of service? For David Jones '82, it's all about perspective.
How does a humble special education teacher become a pioneer, bringing early childhood education to schools across six Southeast Asian countries? One step at a time.
This year, 87% of our Middle School National Latin Exam participants took home awards.
Fifteen Middle School students received awards for their work on the national French exam this year!
John Gronseth '80 re-careers as a missionary pilot, a coffee house in China, and in his 50's to a supply chain analyst.